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Kolkata - geography.

Kolkata - geography. I INTRODUCTION Kolkata, India The city of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) and its surroundings rank as the second most populated metropolitan area in India and one of the most crowded cities in the world. Located in eastern India, Kolkata serves as a major center for finance, shipping, and manufacturing. Air India - geography.

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Jerusalem - geography.

Jerusalem - geography. I INTRODUCTION View of Jerusalem The walls of Jerusalem's Old City, seen here, were originally built by the Ottomans in the 16th century. Within the walls are Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim sections. Israel Ministry of Tourism - geography. Jerusalem (Hebrew Yerushalayim; Arabic Al Quds), city lying at the intersection of Israel...

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Jakarta - geography.

Jakarta - geography. I INTRODUCTION Jakarta, also Djakarta, formerly Batavia, capital and largest city of the Republic of Indonesia, centrally located within the country on the northwest coast of Java Island at the mouth of the Liwung River. Batavia, as the city was called by the Dutch, was the capital of the Netherlands Indies for most...

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?stanbul - geography.

?stanbul - geography. I INTRODUCTION Hagia Sophia in ? stanbul Hagia Sophia (Church of the Holy Wisdom) was commissioned by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I for his capital Constantinople (now ?stanbul, Turkey) and designed by the architects Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles. Completed in ad 537, it represents the most influential example of early Byzantine...

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Hong Kong - geography.

Hong Kong - geography. I INTRODUCTION Hong Kong, administrative region of China, consisting of a mainland portion located on the country's southeastern coast and about 235 islands. Hong Kong is bordered on the north by Guangdong Province and on the east, west, and south by the South China Sea. Hong Kong was a British dependency from...

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Dublin (city, Ireland) - geography.

Dublin (city, Ireland) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Dublin City Center O'Connell Street, on the north bank of the River Liffey, is one of the main thoroughfares of Dublin, the capital of Ireland. The statue is that of the Irish statesman Charles Stewart Parnell. Richard Gorbun/Leo de Wys, Inc. - geography. Dublin (city, Ireland) (Gaelic Baile...

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Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography.

Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Downtown Chicago Flowing westward from Lake Michigan, the Chicago River winds through downtown Chicago. Skyscrapers rise along its banks. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Chicago (city, Illinois), city and seat of Cook County, located in northeastern Illinois, on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, at...

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Cape Town - geography.

Cape Town - geography. I INTRODUCTION Cape Town (Afrikaans Kaapstad), city in southwestern South Africa, the legislative capital of the country and the capital of Western Cape province. Cape Town is one of three national capitals, along with Pretoria (the executive capital) and Bloemfontein (the judicial capital). It is situated at the northern end of the...

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Cairo (Egypt) - geography.

Cairo (Egypt) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Cairo (Egypt) (Arabic Al Q?hira, meaning "the Victorious"), capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa. Located on both banks of the Nile River near the head of the river's delta in northern Egypt, the site has been settled for more than 6,000 years and has served as the...

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Buenos Aires (city) - geography.

Buenos Aires (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and its largest city. The Plaza de Mayo, seen here, is at the heart of the downtown area. The city began here in the 16th century and grew in ever-widening circles. Daniel I. Komer/D. Donne Bryant Stock

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Berlin - geography.

Berlin - geography. I INTRODUCTION Berlin, capital and largest city of the Federal Republic of Germany. Administratively, Berlin also constitutes one of Germany's 16 states. Berlin became the capital of Germany in 1871, when the numerous independent kingdoms and principalities of Germany united to form a single nation-state (see German Unification (1871)). The city quickly developed...

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Beijing - geography.

Beijing - geography. I INTRODUCTION Beijing, also known as Peking, city and capital of China, encircled by Hebei Province, located in the northern part of the country, on the northern edge of the Huabei Pingyuan (North China Plain), approximately 110 km (70 mi) northwest of the Bo Hai gulf. Beijing, the second largest city in China...

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Bangkok - geography.

Bangkok - geography. I INTRODUCTION The Grand Palace, Bangkok The Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, is a compound of several royal buildings. The palace is largely used for ceremonial purposes, but thousands of tourists visit it each year. Shown here is the Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), the only area of the palace...

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Baghd?d - geography.

Baghd?d - geography. Baghd?d or Bagdad, capital of Iraq, in central Iraq, on the Tigris River. Baghd?d is the center of air, road, and railroad transportation in Iraq. It is the leading manufacturing city of the country, with oil refineries, food-processing plants, tanneries, and textile mills. Among the handcrafted wares produced in Baghd?d are cloth, household utensils, jewelry,...

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Athens (Greece) - geography.

Athens (Greece) - geography. I INTRODUCTION View of Athens Athens, the capital of Greece, expanded rapidly in the 20th century to cover nearly the entire Attic Plain, in the southwestern part of the country. As the city's population density increased, apartment complexes largely replaced traditional one- and two-story homes. Colin Dutton/4Corners Images - geography. Athens...

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Wake Island - geography.

Wake Island - geography. Wake Island, formerly Halcyon Island, coral atoll, territory of the United States, central Pacific Ocean. It is a group of three islets (Wake, Peale, and Wilkes) that enclose a shallow lagoon. First sighted by Spanish explorers in 1568,......

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Virgin Islands of the United States - geography.

Virgin Islands of the United States - geography. I INTRODUCTION Virgin Islands of the United States The Virgin Islands of the United States is part of the Lesser Antilles chain of the West Indies, located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. There are three main islands--Saint John, Saint Thomas, and Saint Croix--as well as...

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Territory - geography.

Territory - geography. Territory, name given in the United States to a partially self-governing section of the national domain that has not been granted statehood. The major U.S. territories are the District of Columbia on the mainland; American Samoa and Guam in the Pacific; and the Virgin Islands of the United States in the West Indies. Puerto Rico,...

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Midway Islands - geography.

Midway Islands - geography. Midway Islands, coral atoll consisting of two islets in the central Pacific Ocean, owned by the United States, located 2,100 km (1,300 mi) northwest of Honolulu, Hawaii. The islands were named for their location near the geographic center of ......

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Midway Islands - geography.

Midway Islands - geography. Midway Islands, coral atoll consisting of two islets in the central Pacific Ocean, owned by the United States, located 2,100 km (1,300 mi) northwest of Honolulu, Hawaii. The islands were named for their location near the geographic center of ......

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Line Islands - geography.

Line Islands - geography. Line Islands, group of coral islands and atolls, central Pacific Ocean, extending 2,400 km (1,500 mi) in a northwes......

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Guam - geography.

Guam - geography. I INTRODUCTION Fertile Pacific Soil Although Guam has rich farmland such as these fields near Umatac Bay in the southwestern part of the island, large-scale agriculture is not possible because United States military bases monopolize much of the land. Subsistence farming, however, is practiced throughout much of Guam. Explorer Ferdinand Magellan is believed...

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District of Columbia - geography.

District of Columbia - geography. District of Columbia, federal district of the United States, coextensive with the city of Washington, D.C., the national capital. It is situated on the Potomac and Anacostia rivers and has an area of 176 sq km (68 sq mi). Governmen......

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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - geography.

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - geography. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, island group, commonwealth of the United States, in the Pacific Ocean, east of the Philippines and south of Japan. The approximately 16 coral and volcanic islands, including all of the Mariana Islands except Guam, comprise an area of 457 sq km (176 sq mi)....

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American Samoa - geography.

American Samoa - geography. I INTRODUCTION Tutuila, American Samoa American Samoa is a group of seven islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. Tutuila, shown here, is the largest island, with an area of 143 sq km (about 55 sq mi). The island, of volcanic origin, is mostly mountainous. Jack Fields/Photo Researchers, Inc. - geography. American...

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